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Simulated People 

What is a Simulated Person?

At our university agency, we specialize in providing simulated people—highly trained actors who play the roles of patients, family members, or other relevant characters in medical scenarios. These simulated individuals are integral to our medical training programs, offering a realistic, interactive environment where students can practice and refine their clinical skills, bedside manners, and decision-making abilities. Our simulated people undergo rigorous training to accurately portray a wide range of medical conditions and emotional states, ensuring that every interaction is as authentic and educational as possible.

The role of simulated people in medical education is pivotal. They enable students to experience real-world medical situations in a controlled, safe setting, allowing for mistakes and learning without the risk of harming actual patients. Through these realistic encounters, students develop critical thinking and communication skills that are essential for their future roles as healthcare providers. The feedback provided by our simulated people is invaluable, offering insights from the patient's perspective that help trainees understand the impact of their actions and words. This immersive approach to medical education bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application, ultimately leading to more competent and empathetic healthcare professionals.

How do I hire a Simulated Person?

To hire a simulated person you will need to complete a brief form by clicking on the link below. Please note that we usually need 2 weeks to arrange simulated people. If you need someone more urgently than that, please contact us.

How do I become a Simulated Person?

Click on the contact us button below! We have an upcoming training session in Canterbury on July 18th between 10am - 4pm. Places are limited but you will be reimbursed for your time.

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